Civil War Era Studies
Recently a couple of my close friends and I were hanging out in downtown Gettysburg, looking for trouble, err I mean, fun. We were trying to find something in town that we hadn't been to – something new to add to our Gettysburg experiences. When one of them suggested that we give the Shriver House a whirl, I admit, I was a little uneasy at first. [excerpt]
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Dinkelaker, Jacob, "A House Where People Lived: The Schriver House of Gettysburg" (2011). Interpreting the Civil War: Connecting the Civil War to the American Public. 183.